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Getting Better with Age: Design for Senior and Assisted Living Facilities

This piece originally appeared in the Journal of the American Institute of Architects, June 29, 2018: https://www.architectmagazine.com/practice/getting-better-with-age-design-for-senior-and-assisted-living-facilities_o Author: Alice Liao In the late 1990s, a movement began to deinstitutionalize senior living and, in particular, nursing
Getting Better with Age: Design for Senior and Assisted Living Facilities

Need for Speed When Hiring Senior Living Talent

With unemployment at a 30-year low and a job market that is candidate-driven, your Senior Living organization is facing tough competition when hiring new employees. Gone are the days of interviewing and hiring at a
Need for Speed When Hiring Senior Living Talent

The Increasing Demand for Interim Executives in Senior Living

Senior Living operations can’t stop because one or more members of the leadership team resign, go on sabbatical, take a leave of absence, or are terminated. That means senior living organizations must quickly locate experienced
The Increasing Demand for Interim Executives in Senior Living

Still Interviewing the Same Old Way? Up Your Game in 2019!

As a Hiring Manager for a Senior Living organization, if you’re not regularly assessing the strength of your hiring process, 2019 is the year to start. In a candidate-driven market, you need to make a
Still Interviewing the Same Old Way? Up Your Game in 2019!

Leverage The Holidays for Your Job Search in Senior Care

The holiday season is upon us and this could be the perfect time for you to job hunt. Yet, most people back away from using this prime time to search for their next opportunity.  Their
Leverage The Holidays for Your Job Search in Senior Care

High Demand in Long Term Care & Fewer People to Provide Services Results in Higher Long Term Care Costs

By James Kelly, Author for LTC News If you are like most American families, you have family members who are living much longer lives. Longevity is not necessarily a bad thing, but it does dramatically
High Demand in Long Term Care & Fewer People to Provide Services Results in Higher Long Term Care Costs

7 Talent Trends Shaping the Workforce in Senior Living for 2019

What’s in store for 2019 when it comes to the Senior Living Industry and talent? Here are 7 talent trends that will help to shape the workforce in the New Year: -Succession Planning Remains Top
7 Talent Trends Shaping the Workforce in Senior Living for 2019

As Aging Population Grows, Demand For Drones Increase

The year 2030 marks an important demographic turning point in U.S. history.  It is the year that all baby boomers will be older than age 65. That means that 1 in every 5 U.S. residents
As Aging Population Grows, Demand For Drones Increase

TeleHealth…A Game Changer For Senior Living Facilities & Aging Population

With approximately 10,000 Baby Boomers retiring daily, combined with an overtaxed healthcare system running short on doctors and nurses, Senior Living Facilities are placing much focus on TeleHealth solutions to improve care, contain costs, and improve
TeleHealth…A Game Changer For Senior Living Facilities & Aging Population

“Ghosting”…It’s Not Just for Dating Anymore – By Melanie Burns, Senior Executive Recruiter

This might be the best job market ever. According to U.S. Secretary of Labor Alexander Acosta, “Never before have we had an economy where the number of open jobs exceeds the number of job seekers.”
“Ghosting”…It’s Not Just for Dating Anymore – By Melanie Burns, Senior Executive Recruiter